leukotaxine

leu·ko·tax·ine

(lū'kō-tak'sēn),
A cell-free nitrogenous material prepared from injured, acutely degenerating tissue and from inflammatory exudates.

leukotaxine

A crude, coccidianpernatent obtained from inflammatory exudates or tissues undergoing necrosis. Leukotaxine’s active component may have been tumour necrosis factor.

leu·ko·tax·ine

(lū'kō-tak'sēn)
A cell-free nitrogenous material prepared from injured, acutely degenerating tissue and from inflammatory exudates.

leu·ko·tax·ine

(lū'kō-tak'sēn)
A cell-free nitrogenous material prepared from injured degenerating tissue and inflammatory exudates.

leukotaxine (loo´kōtak´sin),

n a substance that appears when tissue is injured and can be removed from inflammatory exudates. Increases capillary permeability and the diapedesis of leukocytes.

leukotaxine

a polypeptide that appears in injured tissue and inflammatory exudates; it promotes leukocytosis and leukotaxis and increases capillary permeability.